Bug #4474

Search using autocomplete when "All" is selected.

Added by Jens G. Rohwer 8 months ago. Updated 8 months ago.

Status:CompletedStart date:2015-10-18
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:Development Team% Done:

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Category:-Estimated time:1.00 hour
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Scratchpads URL:lauraceae.myspecies.info

Description

Apparently there is a problem with the search algorithm. When I type "Persea will" into the search box, the entry is (apparently correctly) completed as "Persea willdenovii [11551]". However, if I then click on search, it doesn't find the content. Instead, an error window appears with the

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#1 Updated by Jens G. Rohwer 8 months ago

Apparently there is a problem with the search algorithm. When I type "Persea will" into the search box, the entry is (apparently correctly) completed as "Persea willdenovii [11551]". However, if I then click on search, it doesn't find the content. Instead, an error window appears with the information

Check if your spelling is correct, or try removing filters.
Remove quotes around phrases to match each word individually: "blue drop" will match less than blue drop.
You can require or exclude terms using + and -: big +blue drop will require a match on blue while big blue -drop will exclude results that contain drop.

The name "Persea willdenovii", however, is still there. I can retrieve the information when I look it up in Lauraceae taxonomy.

#2 Updated by Simon Rycroft 8 months ago

  • Subject changed from search problem to Search using autocomplete when "All" is selected.
  • Assignee set to Development Team
  • Estimated time set to 1.00

Jens, if you select the "Taxonomy" radio button below the search box, then the search works as expected. The search box should not actually autocomplete when the "All" radio button is selected.

#3 Updated by Dimitrios Koureas 8 months ago

  • Status changed from Active to Completed

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